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Haiku – caught by surprise standing, waiting for my fiance.

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While more users are getting added to Twitter, it is not wise to ignore the natural twitters, the sparrows and other birds and focus should be on providing them with good neighborhood so that they can flourish well!

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It was nine below zero as I stood in my kitchen window overlooking my deck and watched a flock of sparrows singing gleefully and enjoying the feast I had hung on the balsam tree in my tire planter. As I watched and really took in what I was seeing some thoughts came to me, thoughts that set me to thinking about the difference in how I see life and deal with it and how a sparrow does and yet we are both living creatures created by the very same God and I wrote them down in verse, in a poem about this morning’s observations…

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Our little sparrows’ musical songs every morning inspired me to compose this poem. It is one of God’s many blessings.

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The sparrows are always chirpy and cheerful regardless of the time of the day and let us learn a few things from these tiny beautiful birds!

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With the mobile towers and radiation affecting them, as well as being affected by lack of natural hideouts and nesting spots, the house sparrow has lots its home in the city!

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Listlessly the time drags on….

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It is a beautiful day…

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This is a story-poem for loud reading meant for small children, 4-8. It may help to remember things in sequence. This is the translation of folk lore in Kerala.

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I look out, resigned
To the gray light of dawn ….

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